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My CDSA/P what do you think?

Discussion in 'Diagnostic Guidelines and Laboratory Testing' started by joshi81, Nov 18, 2013.

  1. joshi81

    joshi81 Senior Member

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    Hi everybody i would apreciate if someone more expert than me could give me his opinion about my CDSA test result:
     

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    aimossy Senior Member

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    sorry josh I have no great experience with the tests put up some of your history and story and someone might pitch in an opinion.:)
     
  3. Valentijn

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    @joshi81 - You're a bit low in long chain fatty acids. Omega 3 supplementation with high EPA and DHA content can bring that up, and might help with any inflammation problems. Your phospholipids are also a bit low, which isn't great - phospholipids are pretty essential.
     
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    joshi81 Senior Member

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    really thank you, Long chain atty acid are epa and dha? and pospholipids...where do i find them?
     
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    Yup, EPA and DHA are long chain fatty acids. They're in fish oil supplements. 2 or 3 grams per day can help with inflammation.

    Phospholipids include phosphatidyl serine and phosphatidyl choline, which can be bought as supplements.
     
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